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Mon 31 August 2009 16:41, Editors

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Searchcowboys newsletter August 28, 2009
Twitter: no-follow on all links, security problem untouched
Dave Naylor and his team discovered a very worrying hole in the Twitter security. Twitter didn't respond at all, but they did put a no follow on all links coming from Twitter

Read the full story: Twitter: no-follow on all links, security problem untouched

The Search Engine Ranking Factors 2009: lets build links
Every two years SEOMoz askes dozens (in this case 72) of search engine optimizers from all over the world a lot of questions to get an insight in how they are working. The results of this extensive survey result in a report which indicates how SEO's are working. And this year we can see some cowboys contributing to the survey. Lisa Myers, Joost de Valk and Jon Myers and others were amongst the contributing Search Experts.

Read the full story: The Search Engine Ranking Factors 2009: lets build links

Shownotes Searchcowboys on Webmasterradio - episode 2
We had our second live webshow this week on Webmasterradio. Bas and Roy discussed several topics and were joined by Dave Naylor to talk about the Twitter hole he discovered.

Did you miss the live show? No worries, you can listen to the podcast at Webmasterradio.fm or download it. The shownotes are below.

Read the full story: Shownotes Searchcowboys on Webmasterradio - episode 2

Our weekend reading list - August 14th -21st
Every week Searchcowboys gathers the best topics around, both cowboy-articles as articles from around the web, to give you a reading list for the weekend. Be sure to read the list and stay up to date!

This week in the list items like:

  • Cutts on the UK SERPS issue: talking around the bush

  • Twitter: no-follow on all links, security problem untouched

  • The Search Engine Ranking Factors 2009: lets build links

  • Yahoo Portal in UK shifts to Google Search

  • The danger of Google Trends: A 'trend-bomb'

  • Swiss privacy commissioner demands Google to close Streetview

  • Google again testing breadcrumbs in SERPS

  • Europeans opposing to book settlement deal

  • What would Google do? Go International!

  • Guest post series: Kristjan Hauksson: Ad hijacking:integrate off- & online advertising
    Recently Searchcowboys hosted a unique series of guestposts. We've had writers from different background: European, US, Linkbuilders, SEO's and even black hats. We've had some of the 'big names' in the industry and we've had talent which is getting the big name rapidly. But all posts had two things in common: they all had some European focus or connection and all of them were written with a lot of passion.

    In this newsletter we will be looking back at one guestpost a week. This week: Kristjan Hauksson

    Icelandic search specialist Kristjan Hauksson came up with some great examples of how campagnes got 'hijjacked' with PPC. He exposed some brands who missed out (T-Mobile) and pointed also at a good one (Barclays). He then gave us some great tips to go.

    Ad hijacking:integrate off- & online advertising

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